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NHL Betting – Conference Finals Possible Matchups
With the 2020 NHL playoffs getting underway on Tuesday night, now is a perfect time to identify the handful of teams – and the possible NHL Finals matchups – that could very well take place this postseason. To that end, I’ve highlighted six teams and three possible finals matchups, that could all take place when the 2020 Stanley Cup Finals get underway. With this year’s final series set to begin n Sept. 22 and be completed no later than Oct. 4, let’s find out what my top three possible Stanley Cup Finals matchups are so you can start planning ahead your bets against their NHL odds.
NHL Conference Finals Predictions – Possible Matchups
No. 3 Boston Bruins (44-26-12) vs. St. Louis Blues (42-29-10)
Boston won the President’s Trophy for the most victories in all of hockey, but you’d never know it since the Bruins dropped all three of their restart games including a narrow 2-1 loss against Washington on Sunday. Boston has not scored over two goals in their last three games, but I still believe the Bruins have a decent shot to reach the Stanley Cup Finals.
Boston ranks a solid ninth in scoring (3.2 gpg), but it is their league-leading defense (2.4 gpg) that will lead the way if they do make an extended playoff run. Right-winger David Pastrnak tied Washington’s Alex Ovechkin for the league lead in goals scored (48) while veteran left-winger Brad Marchand has scored 28 goals and dished out 59 assists. Center Patrice Bergeron finished second in goals scored (31) and six Bruins in all have reached double figures in goals scored. Veteran goalie Tuukka Raskhas had a fine season by recording a 2.12 goals-against- average.
The defending Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues tied for the most wins in the western conference, but they struggled mightily in their three restart games by going 0-2-1 while suffering losses to Colorado, Vegas and Dallas. Still, St. Louis ranks 14th in scoring (3.1 gpg) and a stellar fifth in goals allowed (2.7 gpg).
Center Ryan O’Reilly put up a team-high 61 points while dishing out 49 assists. Left-winger David Perron tied with fellow left-winger Jaden Schwartz for a team-high 35 goals while center Brayden Schenn and center Robert Thomas both added an impressive 33 goals. Five players have put 52 points or more on the board and a whopping 11 players have reached double figures in goals scored.
No. 2 Tampa Bay Lightning (43-27-6) vs. Colorado Avalanche (42-28-8)
Tampa Bay beat Washington and Boston in their first two games of the restart campaign, but the Lightning got completely humbled by red-hot Philadelphia in their 4-1 loss on Saturday. No matter…the prohibitive Stanley Cup favorites have the league’s top-ranked offense by putting up a stupendous 3.5 goals per game while also ranking an encouraging eighth in goals allowed (2.8 gpg).
In addition to that, the Lightning will have star center Steven Stamkos back on the ice after he sat out the entire round robin. Stamkos finished second in points with 29 goals and 37 assists. Superstar right-winger Nikita Kucherov recorded a team-high 85 points while finding the back of the net 33 times while aa players in total have reached double figures in goals scored.
As far as Colorado is concerned, the Avalanche look like they’re going to be difficult to dispatch as they rank a stellar fourth in scoring (3.4 gpg) while also ranking sixth in goals allowed (2.7 gpg). Colorado went 2-0-1 in the round-robin and center Nathan MacKinnon posted a team-high 35 goals and 58 assists while defenseman Cale Makar put 50 points on the board. 11 players have reached double figures in goals scored. Last but not least, the Avs have one of the best goalie tandems in all of hockey in Philipp Grubauer and Pavel Francouz.
No. 1 Philadelphia Flyers (41-28-7) vs. Vegas Knights (39-32-8)
The Flyers were the hottest team in the NHL at the hiatus and tied Vegas for the best record in all of hockey since Jan. 8. Philadelphia won all three of their restart games by taking out Tampa Bay, Washington and Boston while limiting all three of their conference rivals to a single goal. Philly has gone a blistering 18-6 over their last 24 games and ranks an identical seventh in scoring (3.3 gpg) and goals allowed (2.8 gpg).
Right-winger Travis Konecny has scored a team-high 61 points while center Sean Couturier has added 59 points. Right-winger Jakub Voracek put 56 points on the board, including a team-high 44 assists while fellow right-winger Claude Giroux has put 53 points on the board. 10 players in total have reached double figures in goals scored and right now, the Flyers look like the best team in the Eastern Conference at the very least. Oh…and then there’s the fact that 21-year-old goalie Carter Hart is displaying all of the skills that have made him one of the league’s top rising young stars.
When it comes to Vegas, the Golden Knights are also absolutely on fire, having won five straight and a blistering 14 of their last 16 games overall. Vegas took out Dallas, St. Louis and Colorado in their three restart games while scoring at least four goals in every contest and 15 goals in total. The Knights rank an identical 13th in scoring (3.2gpg) and goals allowed (2.9 gpg) while watching nine players reach double figures in goals scored.
Left-winger Max Pacioretty is healthy and ready to roll for the Golden Knights after missing the round robin due to injury. He scored a team-high 32 goals and team-high 66 points while right-winger Mark Stone has put 63 points on the board. Right-winger Reilly Smith finished second in goals score (27) wadding an identical 27 assists. The Knights have put a whopping 23 goals in the back of the net over their last five games. Philadelphia versus Vegas is my top pairing to reach the Stanley Cup Finals and make no mistake about it, the way both of these clubs are playing, it could easily happen.
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The Saint Louis Blues season started sluggish, beginning the 2019 calendar year with the worst record in the league; 15–18–4. However, they went on a 30–10–5 run to finish the season this postseason, they were able to scrape into the playoffs, and have been on a tear.
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